Based in Santa Monica, California,
the William H. Hannon Foundation was founded in 1983 by the late
Catholic philanthropist and real estate developer William H. Hannon.
Following his service in World War II, Mr. Hannon returned to
Los Angeles to develop residential communities and commercial
shopping centers across Southern California. Today, the Foundation
carries on Mr. Hannon's goals of supporting Catholic churches
and schools, as well as hospitals and social service organizations
that are focused on improving the lives of people in communities
Mr. Hannon helped build.
St. Joseph Center Empowers Families
September 2014: The St. Joseph Center serves more than 400 households each week. This food distribution at the Pantry begins families' access to additional agency programs.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps Assists Thousands in Need
September, 2014: The Jesuit Volunteer Corps provides much-needed services to 13 social service agencies throughout Los Angeles.
Loyola Law School Receives $1 Million for Scholarships
March 2104: A $1 Million scholarship has been donated to Loyola Law School to assist students who have graduated from Loyola Marymount University (LMU) and who wish to attend law school.